09:01 - Apothecary Everything in Enslaved's discog is pretty engaging and high quality if you ask me, they're remarkably consistent. Only one of their full lengths has below an 8 on here, and even then it's a 7.9. That says a lot
08:56 - Stereolab42 The lower-rated Enslaved albums are lower-rated for a reason. Blech. They have crazy-good highs and boring-ass, sleep-inducing lows.
07:27 - Apothecary I might prefer only AOE to Monumension, but I've been listening to the latter a lot over this past weekend, and I'm thinking that may change pretty soon
A new Orden Ogan song has arrived! After unveiling a video for the track "F.E.V.E.R.", the band is now showcasing the tune "Ravenhead" which also happens to be the title track of their new album. Check out the brand new lyric video for the song below and tell us your impressions of the music. Enjoy!
German metallers Orden Ogan have just released a new video for the song "F.E.V.E.R." from their upcoming album Ravenhead, which will be released on January 16th in Europe and February 3rd in North America via AFM Records. You can watch the video below now. Don't forget to give us your impressions of the music and clip.
It seems like Orden Ogan are also releasing a new album next year. So, that means the power metallers finally completed the successor to 2012's To The End. As for the new opus, Ravenhead will be released on January 16th, 2015 through AFM Records and the cover artwork was painted by Andreas Marschall. Take a look at it below. The band has been working on a new video for the first single which means you will probably have a taste of new music soon.
Prepare for new music from Orden Ogan because their label AFM Records just announced that the follow-up to their 2012 album To The End is expected later this year or in early 2015. The band is currently working on their next output and the recordings are happening at Greenman Studios. The first guest vocals on the power metallers new album have already been recorded last month.
"Masks", a brand new video and the third overall from the German power metal quartet's Orden Ogan latest output To The End, is now available for viewing below. To The End is out now via AFM Records. "Masks", the song, is closely connected with Andreas Marschall's horror movie Masks, who was also the director of the clip.
"Land Of The Dead", another brand-new video from German power metal outfit Orden Ogan, is now available for viewing below. The song is taken from the band's new upcoming effort To The End, which will be released tomorrow, October 26th via AFM Records.
To The End, the new Orden Ogan album is upon us. The German power metal band has now released the title track, which is available for streaming on the Soundcloud player below. To The End will see its release on October 26th via AFM Records. More details about the album were previously reported here.
"The Things We Believe In", a new video from German epic power metal outfit Orden Ogan is now available for viewing below. The song is taken the band's new upcoming album To The End, penned for release on October 26th via AFM Records. The clip was filmed by renowned producer/director Rainer "Zipp" Fränzen (Dimmu Borgir).
AFM Records presents a new high-class addition to its roster: Orden Ogan. The Melodic/Power/Folk Metal band from Arnsberg, Germany, is one of Europe´s hottest prospects of the last years. Orden Ogan have released their first own-pressed CD "Testimonium A.D." in 2004, to critical acclaim. Their label debut album "Vale" then followed in February 2008, with again critics praising the band´s undenieable qualities. Despite all their traditional Metal roots, the band never becomes stereotype, but sounds fresh and up-to-date. Symphonic keyboards melt into grinding guitar riffs, bombastic choirs and orchestral arrangements create an impressive wall of sound.
The new Orden Ogan album "Easton Hope" will be released in early 2010. It will be the band´s first world wide release. In August Orden Ogan already uploaded their new video clip „We Are Pirates", which can we viewed here. The song was used by Germany´s biggest TV station RTL for several trailers that aired during the station´s Formula 1 broadcast. More info on the new hopefuls of German Metal can be found here.